From the President | By Rand Wentworth
Thirty years ago, land trusts created the Land Trust Alliance to expand their effectiveness and political strength. To celebrate our anniversary, we present a special edition of Saving Land.
Setting the Pace | By Chris Miller
If land trusts decide that we don’t do public policy, we may soon find ourselves with little to do.
Two land trusts 1,500 miles apart form a partnership to learn from one another.
Built to Last | By Blair Fitzsimons
Thoughts on permanence: building something to last is what we do as land trusts.
A New Vision for Conservation | By Peter Forbes
No conservation group will succeed long-term without a broader and deeper engagement of the American public.
The Power of Place | By Alina Bokde
The beneficial effects of parks on public health are demonstrated by an urban land trust in California.
A Common Challenge | By Cristina Santiestevan
An overview of the four steps to prepare for climate change: learn, plan, adapt and inspire.
What Sets Land Trusts Apart | By Sam Passmore
A foundation funder discusses leverage and results in the land trust world.
Don’t Forget Us | By DeAnna Pope
Young people are the future of our movement and now is the time to engage them.
Land Trusts & Federal Agencies | By Sheila McGrory-Klyza
Flexibility and community support are just some of the benefits of these partnerships.
30 Years On | By Armando Carbonell
A retrospective on land conservation, the Land Trust Alliance and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
A Rewarding Journey | By Tammara Van Ryn
Celebrating five years of the accreditation program.